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Ried run to Percha

Runs/ski slopes Kronplatz (Plan de Corones)

A ski mountain for beginners and experts. Whether extreme black slopes or easy beginner runs, everyone finds their slope at Kronplatz. A highlight is the Sylvester run down to the base. The slopes above the treeline at the summit of Kronplatz are very wide. They then lead down through forest aisles to the base. The Seewiese run is especially well-suited for racing clubs.

Runs/slopes

116 km
Total
Easy 55 km (47 %)
Intermediate 32 km (28 %)
Difficult 29 km (25 %)
Worth knowing
  • Artificial snow-making
    350 Snow cannons
    100 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
  • Valley run available
    Valley runs with snow-making capabilities lead to Olang, Reischach, St. Vigil and Piculin.

Run location

  • just above tree line
  • under tree line

Longest run

  • Ried run · Length 7 km · Elevation difference 1103 m

Most difficult run

  • Piculin run · Length 2 km · Elevation difference 530 m
    With its 72% gradient, it is the steepest at Kronplatz as well as one of the steepest in Italy.

Slope tip

  • Piculin run
  • Valley run to Olang
  • Ruis to the Furkel Pass
  • Sylvester run

Suggested routes through ski resort

  • Ski tour of the Ladin Legends
Snowparks
  • Snow park/Fun park
  • No halfpipe
Highlights
  • Speed measurement course offered - free of charge
    Alpen (xDrive Speed Photo)
  • Public race course with time measurement - for a fee
    Olang 2, Furcia and Cianross. Cost - EUR 1 per run.
  • Skiline
    Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge
  • SkiMovie
    create and download your own ski video - free of charge
    Mountain station of the Alpen cable car lift (slope No. 5)
  • Additional Offerings
    At the BMW xDrive Skimovie area (slope No. 5, Alpen lift mountain station), your ski run is filmed and transformed at the BMW xDrive Panorama Photopoint into a radar snapshot (such as those used to catch speeding car drivers). Fast skiers will enjoy being "caught speeding" here. Your speed is measured on the xDrive Speed Photo Course and a picture is made.
Night skiing


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